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Baja California: the Pacific Coast of Mexico


Published 1949


Johnson is another "lost" filmmaker, who worked out of Coronado, California. This film boasts beautiful color footage of old Baja, before Pemex stations lined the Cuota and Libre. Hunt travels from Ensenada to Cabo San Lucas, enchantingly stopping at the waterless village of Magdalena Bay, Tortuga Bay, and the vineyards at Santo Tomás.


Run time 12 min.
Producer Silas Johnson
Production Company Johnson Hunt Productions
Sponsor Castellano Family Foundation
Audio/Visual sound, color

Reviews

Reviewer: Rozckita - - October 25, 2010
Subject: Bella la Baja California y BCS
Excelente video nuestras Bajas
Reviewer: Nikonwilly - - April 8, 2010
Subject: Yesteryear
I think a fair number of people would love to go back to this way of life. Simple and honest! Too bad it's gone forever...I wonder how much of the Baja looks like this today?
Reviewer: NAYOVIEJO - - February 27, 2010
Subject: hermoso reportaje de la baja
quisiera grabarlo en mipc como??
Reviewer: HeberHC - - February 24, 2010
Subject: Thanks for sharing
This material can be very usefull for any person studying the history of Baja California, because there are very few footage or videos of Baja California, and its towns.

Thansk for sharing

Q: Can we download this?
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